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Rob Cesternino is the creator of PostShowRecaps and has been podcasting about TV since 2010 on RobHasAwebsite.com. Follow Rob on Twitter or on Google+
Akiva Wienerkur is a former high school English teacher and NBC Sports researcher who now works for a tech start-up. He loves the Jets, the Mets, his wife, his son and 2 daughters- not necessarily in that order.
Akiva said he has never heard of anyone who is Jewish who had godparents. I confess to being extremely confused by this, because I’ve never heard of a Jewish boy who DOESN’T have godparents. (Akiva, the common Hebrew term is Sandek, which derives from the Greek for lawyer, since the person is the father’s “representative”, but other Jews, especially those of German descent, use the term Gefater, which literally translates as “godfather”). As I mentioned in my email last week, the primary purpose of the godparent is to hold the baby during the bris, but your godfather or godmother with whom you can maintain a special relationship for the rest of your life. (I have a small wine goblet which I still use which I was given at my bris and which is engraved to me “from your godparents, Sheldon and Lili.”)
(Rob might know more, but I think in Christian terms your godparents are the ones who are responsible for you if your parents suffer an untimely demise, but there’s no such requirement in Jewish law, since the godparent duties technically end and after the bris.)
I’m Catholic so I can comment. Generally in Christianity, your godparents are the two your parents are closest two at the time of your baptism (as well confirmation if you’re Catholic/Anglican) and yes in most cases are the ones who they approve to be legal guardians in the event of their untimely death.
Omg, that mohel was one of the funniest characters ever I thought!
Johnny was on First Dates!? I’m watching that show! I can’t believe I didn’t recognise him. I’m gonna have to go back and rewatch.
Watch the episode online now, I remember seeing Johnny the first time and saying “I know I’ve seen that guy somewhere”. Turns out I did see him somewhere. Right here! So cool Johnny. Hope it was a fun night. Alexa seemed really nice and sweet.
Thanks Craig. There was ultimately no 2nd date but nothing ventured nothing gained. I don’t regret going on the show.
In the Catholic religion, godparents are not responsible for raising a godchild in the event of the parents untimely death nor do they become the child’s legal guardian (parents should have a will designating who they want in that role). Godparents are only responsible for the godchild’s spiritual education.
Young boys die during routine circumsicion. This practice should be outlawed just like it is for girls. Go on youtube and watch how it is done. Disgusting.
Kramer doesn’t go into the Pigman’s room because he’s hungry; he has the wrong room number and that’s the room he goes into.
When Elaine sets her glass down, the Mohel isn’t complaining because he’s afraid she’ll stain the wood – he’s worried about the glass falling off and breaking since it’s set on the edge of the table.
Rob says that George’s car isn’t really damaged, but when they’re driving Jerry to the hospital for his finger, it’s clear that there’s a hole in the roof.
In the closing stand-up Jerry’s finger is bandaged, just like at the end of the episode.
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